Chair of the Association - Liz Lawrence
Liz Lawrence CSciTeach spent 14 years as a primary teacher in and around London, before taking her current post as Advisory Teacher for Primary Science and Technology in Barking and Dagenham. Liz is passionate about practical and enquiry-based science. She is one of the authors of It’s not fair – or is it? (ASE and Millgate House) and is involved in the continuing development of the Getting Practical initiative.
Liz has been an ASE member for more than 20 years, holding region and section officer positions (currently Region Treasurer) and chairing the Primary Science Committee from 2006-2011.She is a Primary Science Quality Mark hub leader. She was one of the first people to achieve CSciTeach and appreciates all the opportunities ASE provides for reflective personal professional development, and for contributing to the professional development of others.
Liz says, "I see my main role as focusing on the science education priorities and outward face of ASE. Central to this is to continue to build the Assembly as the co-ordinating body responsible for achieving ASE’s aim of improving science teaching."